45 years old peasant invests 100,000 to realize the dream of flying his own aircraft

| May 13th, 2010

Last August, Key reported about a home-made aircraft case where a Chinese photographer spent 100,000 yuan to turned his airplane drawing into real thing and made it to 400 meter high in the sky for 25 minutes before it landed safely. This May, a 45 years old  peasant also tried to fly his home-made aircraft up.  Shu Mansheng, a  peasant from Wuhan Hubei Province, used to sat under a tree looking up into the sky and fantasized himself flying like […]Read more…

First Homebuilt Aircraft miniMax in China

| August 5th, 2009

[nddaily] He spent two years and 100,000 yuan, a Chinese Photographer Yang Weiming (杨伟民) turned his air plane drawing on paper into the real thing. Couple days ago, his Homebuilt aircraft “little horse” had its first flight in Shenzhen. It was safely landed after a 25 minutes of flight at 400 meters in altitude. An American homebuilt aircraft manufacture CEO also participated in the first flight, said his work is perfect.

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In the first part of the […]Read more…